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[Updated CEO departure] Founded in 2012, startup said last June it was upgrading site, adding team.
Veteran i-banker moves to bigger house.
TriStar and Innovation Institute leaders 'get along well as human beings'
Another rodeo: Partners target evolving team/interpersonal relationship- and project-management market.
As INCITE comes to halt, we take at look at the ground that's been covered.
Here's an update on salient capital raises and related.
Rapid, but selective hiring, while software development runs apace toward V2 debut.
Well-heeled ICG says assets-rollup could warrant taking new investors.
New CEO and founding chairman are apparently planning an aggressive push.
[Updated] President Aylward said he believes the market is now coming more in MedCenterDisplay's direction
Here's a rundown on this week's venture pitches during LST's annual meeting
A former Jacobson associate, TNInvestco's and others in social media, healthcare and transport secxtors
There are other shoes to drop at Care Technology, but today's is a good start
Another bet in medical devices is m ade by Jacobson-led venture firm
The rising tide of diabetes attracts investment to companies with convincing models
Scrutiny of entrepreneurs has increased mightily and this Clayton Associates affiliate presses onward raising capital
Technology that 'puts the music business in a box' is the opening entry from this startup
Just days after parent HIG added to its management team, Tri-Star reports it has begun one of Tennessee's larger recent fund raises
It seems that as promised, this portfolio of private equity and venture capital assets will be deployed for innovation
Executive transitions, capital raises, alliances and innovations.
Venture persists within the regulatory system to advance its product
To be the seat of innovation in healthcare delivery, Nashville must attract new capital and novel ideas
Get that extra cup o' coffee, you'll need it for news from McWhorter, Council Ventures, Vaden Landers and more.
Medical devices may get a boost from the collaboration of two life-science weighted funds and an innovation driver
New chair at lifesciences association..Parental Health update.. Bredesen aide moves.. Silicon Ranch and Venture Incite add staff.. PE investors disappear after liquidation.. bio-entrepreneurs..more
Lots of stuff bubbling-up from Genera, Skoodat, Satz (at left), plus the Cable and Broadcast folks, and more.
ICA's strategic alliances may have put this VU spin-out in good position in the race for EHR market share
With B-round in offing, CEO says demand 'remarkable' for data-driven alignment of employer trends and providers' services
Health care organizations' performance improvement is focus of seed-stage startup by VUMC faculty member
New 12-story tower will crown Nashville Convention Center. That's Crow Holdings' Bill Winsor at left.
While a Cleveland, Ohio, project's been rocked by controversy, 1.5 million sq. ft. facility still seems a "go" for Downtown Nashville
Departure from Vanderbilt was always in the cards, but university has now launched a review for possible conflicts of interest
A trio of Vanderbilt executives aims to do well, by doing good - and perhaps upset the tech-commercialization model
There may or may not be a place in the future for an Informatics Corp IPO
$120MM program should inject more than $80MM into seed- and early-stage companies in Tennessee over next few years
At left, Dr. Harry Jacobson
[Updated] At the end of an intensive week of meetings here, the CEO of the proposed trade center says a competing NYC group offered has made overtures
Jacobson's new digs, Universal Robotics' placement, WSJ taps local analysts, Solidus' stake, antitrust cautions and more...
CEO tells us company's ontrack for profitability and is well positioned to be a category leader
Legendary physician-entrepreneur-scientist's departure from VU leadership ranks leaves venture community asking whether he'll remain involved
Briton observes Nashville healthcare execs as they contemplate their fates, amid an uncertain economy
After a long sojourn in the VC desert, a VU spinout finds it A-round lead in North Carolina
Nashville's leading candidate for informatics dominance is adding customers and headcount, leveraging VU technology
3401 West End has become something of an enclave of VU innovation. It's home to Informatics Corporation of America (ICA), a spin-out company VU hopes will help revolutionize clinical care.